First I saw the baboons. The 2 on the left, sitting on a rock watching the humans. The way they were sitting made me think of two people watching a show or something. I could almost hear them asking for popcorn to munch on while they watched the humans stopping their cars to gawk.
We stopped to gawk, too, and that’s when I realised the bloke in one of the cars had a problem. Turns out he had stopped to take a selfie with the baboons in the background but instead got stuck in the sand. As I arrived and stopped so did a few other cars, as well as the rangers whose job it is to ensure the baboons behave. So the baboons took off. Last I saw, several people were trying to lift the car out of the sand after a tow rope had broken. I heard later that he finally managed to get out with the help of rocks. It’s not called the Cape of Good Hope for nothing. I never did ask if he actually got his selfie.
The law is here, let’s gap it and find another party.